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Success Story: Jacob Meders

Jacob Meders

Jacob Meders began creating artwork as a child, but it wasn’t until his late 20s that he realized he could do it for a living. One thing that didn’t stop him from living his dream was his dyslexia. Read more...

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LectureTools: An Innovative New App Developed at U of M

LectureTools: An Innovative New App Developed at U of M

LectureTools is an interactive iPad app that combines note-taking with a student inquiry-and-response feature to connect professor with student. Subscribe to our blog and be the first to learn more when the post goes live! Subscribe via our RSS feed...

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From the Clinicians: Dyslexia Tests We Like

From the Clinicians: Dyslexia Tests We Like

We review various types of language and learning disability tests -- and tell you why we like them. Learn more...

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